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[ 470WEBIBA1V14 ] VL Bioanalytics I

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3 ECTS M2 - Master's programme 2. year Physics Hermann Gruber 2 hpw Johannes Kepler University Linz
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Original study plan Master's programme Biophysics 2014W
Objectives Sound understanding of the principles and methods of Bioanalytics
Subject A) Bioanalytics of proteins: - Isolation from biological tissue or cells - Chromatographic methods - Electrophoretic methods and applications - Blotting methods and applications - Mass spectrometry applications - Structural analysis - Proteomics

B) Bioanalysis of nucleic acids: - Isolation from biological tissue or cells - Electrophoretic methods and applications - Blotting methods and applications - Cloning - Overexpression - Genetic engineering - Elucidation of structure-function relationships of proteins

Criteria for evaluation Written exam. The answers should make clear that the student has understood the rationales/principles of the methods and their applications. Bioanalytical techniques rest upon particular physico-chemical properties of biomolecules which are then exploited in the bioanalytical assay methods.
Methods Lecture and discussion
Language English
Study material Detailed handouts with a full continuous text and with sketches/images on all aspects of the lecture are available for the students of the course.
Changing subject? No
Further information The exam answers can be written in English or in German. The preferred examination method is a written test at the end of the course. However, the exam can also be taken any time during the year (except when the lecturer is on vacation). Just contact the lecturer about one week ahead of the desired date by email or phone or in person.
Corresponding lecture (*)TCBPBVOBIAN: VO Bioanalytik (2,6 ECTS) oder TPMWBVOBIA1: VO Bioanalytik (3 ECTS)
On-site course
Maximum number of participants -
Assignment procedure Direct assignment